Aéreo Calafia

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Aéreo Calafia
IATA
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ICAO
CFV
Callsign
CALAFIA[1]
Founded 1993
Hubs Cabo San Lucas International Airfield
Focus cities Los Mochis Int'l Airport
Frequent-flyer program Aereocalafia Plus
Destinations 11
Headquarters Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Website www.aereocalafia.com.mx

Aéreo Calafia is a Mexican regional airline founded in 1993, based in the Cabo San Lucas International Airfield. It has Cessna 206 and Caravan 208 equipment. It has regular flights to the Baja California Peninsula and the Mexican Pacific coast, in addition to charter flights and tours.

Fleet[edit]

The Aéreo Calafia fleet includes the following aircraft (as of 8 May 2009):[2]

Destinations[edit]

Aéreo Calafia destinations [3]
Mexico
Cabo San Lucas
Cabo San Lucas
Cedros
Cedros
Ciudad Constitución
Ciudad Constitución
Ciudad Obregón
Ciudad Obregón
Culiacán
Culiacán
Ensenada
Ensenada
Guasave
Guasave
Guaymas
Guaymas
Guerrero Negro
Guerrero Negro
Hermosillo
Hermosillo
La Paz
La Paz
Loreto
Loreto
Los Cabos
Los Cabos
Los Mochis
Los Mochis
Mazatlán
Mazatlán
Puerto Vallarta
Puerto Vallarta
Santa Rosalía
Santa Rosalía
Tijuana
Tijuana
Airplane silhouette red.svg - Hub airport Airplane silhouette.svg - Other airports served Airplane silhouette gray 40.svg - Airports previously served

Baja California[edit]

Baja California Sur[edit]

Jalisco[edit]

Sinaloa[edit]

Sonora[edit]

Incidents and accidents[edit]

Flight Date Aircraft Location Occupants Description
126 5 Nov 2007 Cessna 208B Grand Caravan Culiacán, Sinaloa. 13 Just departing from CUL to CSL, the airplane lost altitude and crash-landed in a field near the airport. No casualties.[4]

On February 11, 2009, Hector Manuel Verdugo Talamantes, son of Aero Calafia's owner and one of the airline's pilots, was murdered in La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico.[5]

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